Tag: Hillary Clinton

Watch Jeff Berkowitz w/ Chicago GOP Chair Steve Boulton on insuring voter rights, ballot integrity and preventing fraud in elections, Cable and Web

Attorney Boulton discusses in detail the major differences in fraud detection and prevention between an election as we had in America for centuries where most of the voting occurred on a single day and … Our show is very timely in terms of the U. S. Supreme Court’s July 1 ruling (Brnovich v. Democratic National... Read more »

Watch likely GOP Gov Candidate Richard Porter discuss w/Berkowitz how to dramatically reform & revitalize IL in Part 1 of a 2 part interview:Cable & web

Possible Gov candidate Porter said the massive IL population loss during the last decade is due to residents voting w/their feet against an unholy alliance of Dem… ******** Watch Tonight’s “Public Affairs,”  with show host Jeff Berkowitz interviewing likely Gov Candidate Richard Porter (R-Northfield) in Part 1 about how to fix IL’s massive $400 billion... Read more »

Watch Obama win the 2008 Presidency in 2002 on Public Affairs (and he never said thnx!): Berkowitz w/Obama, Cable&Web

—Obama opposes the Iraq War from the Get Go:    Tonight’s Chicago Metro edition of  “Public Affairs,” airing at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 19 or 35 in the North and Northwest suburbs (see detailed schedule, below) features Barack Obama coming out against the Iraq War on Nov. 25, 2002, and thereby winning the 2008... Read more »
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Watch Obama make the 2002 anti-Iraq War statement that won him the 2008 Presidency; Berkowitz w/Obama, Cable & Web

—Obama had the courage in 2002 to oppose the Iraq War before it started:    Tonight’s Chicago Metro edition of  “Public Affairs,” airing at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 19 or 35 in the North and Northwest suburbs (see detailed schedule, below) features Barack Obama coming out against the Iraq War on Nov. 25, 2002,... Read more »

Watch Obama's ballsy 2002 discussion w/Berkowitz that won Obama the 2008 Presidency. It pays to have balls. Cable & Web

—Obama had the balls in 2002 to oppose Iraq War:    Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of  “Public Affairs,” [8:30 pm & Midnight, Cable Ch. 21] features Barack Obama coming out against the Iraq War on Nov. 25, 2002, and thereby winning the 2008 Presidency. No major candidate in the 2004 U. S. Senate Democratic Primary... Read more »

A 10th CD contested Republican Primary: Berkowitz w/Doug Bennett, Cable/Web

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Doug Bennett (R-Deerfield), 54,  running in a contested 10th Cong. District Republican Primary. The show airs throughout the City proper at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 [CAN TV]. You can also watch the show 24/7 by clicking here. So far, there is only... Read more »
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Prepare for this Thursday's Comey testimony: Watch Berkowitz w/UChicago Professor Lipson on Impeachment, Cable/Web

Professor Charles Lipson: In the next several months, we’ll know if [the Mueller] investigation is beginning to turn up things that go beyond a personal issue of corruption which might embroil people like Manafort or Flynn… [and] actually involve the Trump campaign in a serious way, then Mueller will want to move quickly because …... Read more »

Watch Berkowitz w/UChicago Professor Charles Lipson tonight on Trump's possible impeachment & his agenda: Cable & Web

Professor Charles Lipson: In the next several months, we’ll know if [the Mueller] investigation is beginning to turn up things that go beyond a personal issue of corruption which might embroil people like Manafort or Flynn… [and] actually involve the Trump campaign in a serious way, then Mueller will want to move quickly because …... Read more »

Is Prof. Geof Stone almost bound to support Judge Gorsuch for the Supremes? Berkowitz w/UChicago's Stone, Cable/Web

Prof. Stone: … and the third [requirement to be on the Court] is that your views are within a reasonable mainstream of legal thought. [Stone goes on to say that the nominee, to be confirmable, must also decide opinions in a judicial, as opposed to ideological, way.  Does this mean that Stone, to be consistent,... Read more »
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Watch UChicago Prof. Geof Stone opine on criteria for rejecting a S. Ct. nominee and much more: Berkowitz w/Stone, Cable/Web

Prof. Stone [Cont.]: Unqualified [to be on the Supreme Court] means that you don’t have the credentials… and the third [requirement to be on the Court] is that your views are within a reasonable mainstream of legal thought.  Public Affairs, featuring UChicago Law School Prof. Geof Stone, airs tonight at 8:30 pm and midnight on... Read more »